July 28, 2016 by SCCC Alumni
Long Island Black Leaders
July 26, 2016
Dear Community Leader,
Based on the latest acts of violence against civilians and police, local Long Island Black Leaders are standing together to condemn the violence and issue a call to action for peace and enforcement of laws that protect the value of all human lives.
As a Community Leader, you are cordially invited to join this collective call to action.
Our goal is to unite, collaborate, and empower the black community and also encourage the inclusion of all community residents that are also concerned about the acts of violence that effect the quality of life for all on Long Island.
We continue our call to action by extending an invitation to engage in a morning dedicated to strategic planning, policy development, and implementation to determine how best to build strong communities on Long Island:
We Stand Together – A Town Hall Meeting
Saturday, July 30, 2016 9:30am-12noon
New York Institute of Technology
Student Activities Center
300 Carleton Avenue
Central Islip, NY 11722
Long Island Black Leaders collaborate to unite, strengthen and empower Long Island Communities
- Leslie B. Anderson, Assistant Counsel New York State Court System & Suffolk Community College Foundation, Board of Directors Second Vice Chair
- Hon Valarie Cartright , Councilwoman Town of Brookhaven
- Shirley Coverdale, Co-Chair Black & Hispanic Democratic Committee
- Margaret V. Davis, President, National Coalition of 100 Black Women Suffolk County Chapter
- Hon. Tracey Edwards, Councilwoman Town of Huntington
- Adrian Fassett, President/CEO EOC of Suffolk Inc.
- Hon. Jacqueline Gordon, Councilwoman Town of Babylon
- Hon. DuWayne Gregory, Presiding Officer Suffolk County Legislature
- J. Stewart-Moore, Executive Director Amistad, LI Black Bar Association
- Elaine Gross, President ERASE Racism
- Curtiss Jacob, President 100 Black Men of Long Island
- Hon Kimberly Jean-Pierre, Assemblywoman New York State Assembly
- Rev. Roderick Pearson NAACP
- Theresa Sanders, President/CEO Urban League of Long Island & Suffolk County Community College Board of Trustees Chair
- Claretha Smith, President National Council of Negro Women, SC
- Dr. William Spencer, Legislator Suffolk County Legislature
- Delano Stewart, Chief Editor Point of View
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